Outside The Lines
Mikey Brannigan & Thomas Johnson: 9/25/16
Running comes easy to Mikey Brannigan, but so much else doesn't. OTL examines the remarkable story of Mikey and the story of Thomas Johnson.
Charlotte Protests and Athletes: 9/23/16
OTL discusses the unrest in Charlotte and athletes' protests. Plus, Usain Bolt joins the show to discuss what's next for him.
Sit Here For A Price: 9/22/16
NFL fans can now pre-select seats for the Super Bowl but it won't be cheap. Plus, why didn't a former Texas A&M receiver get psychiatric help before he was arrested for murder?
Baylor's Image: 9/21/16
How did a former player, indicted for sexual assault, end up on the field and in the locker room? Also, 15 years ago today, Mets' catcher Mike Piazza hit a game-winning home run.
Missing the Message? : 9/20/16
Has the message that Colin Kaepernick tried to spread about what he sees as the oppression of minorities in America gotten lost in the discussion of if it is proper or not? OTL examines.
Firing The Coach: 9/19/16
Are today's athletes too sensitive or are some coaches just too tough on players? Plus, the debate of honoring Joe Paterno.
High School Hazing: 9/18/16
Outside the Lines examines a high school football hazing case in Hesperia, CA. Campus violence and hazing expert Dr. Susan Lipkins and reporter John Barr discuss.
Read The Fine Print: 9/16/16
The Padres GM has been suspended for manipulating team medical records, OTL examines the reaction across baseball. Plus, where's the accountability in a Vermont hazing case?
Tension At Washington State: 9/15/16
Today on OTL, we discuss tension between Washington State's football program and local police. Plus, a discussion on Penn State's decision to honor Joe Paterno this weekend.
Abby Wambach: 9/14/16
In the wake of last night's special, OTL continues to look at a California hazing case. Also, Abby Wambach discusses her new book describing the journey through her struggles.
NCAA's HB2 Response: 9/13/16
OTL examines the NCAA's decision to pull 7 championship events from North Carolina in light of HB2. Also, a look into the hidden horrors of hazing, ahead of tonight's special.
Art Briles Speaks Out: 9/12/16
Art Briles sits down with Tom Rinaldi to speak out for the first time since he was fired from Baylor University. Our guests share their reactions.
The Man In The Red Bandana: 9/11/16
On the 15th anniversary of 9/11, we remember the story of "The Man in the Red Bandana," who died heroically saving lives in the World Trade Center. Tom Rinaldi joins Bob Ley.
Bingham's Memory Lives On: 9/9/16
Mark Bingham died a hero protecting others in the terrorist attacks on 9/11. His memory lives on in the Bingham cup. Also, the Broncos' Brandon Marshall is the most recent player to kneel during the National Anthem.
Kaepernick's Protest: 9/8/16
More players and prominent figures are speaking out about their views on the National Anthem. Also, Tiger Woods will return to the green. What can be expected? OTL examines these topics and more.
Roberto Clemente's Legacy: 9/7/16
Robert Griffin III is set to begin the next chapter of his NFL career in Cleveland. Plus, Roberto Clemente is honored across Major League Baseball. OTL examines.
The Danger Of Comebackers: 9/6/16
OTL examines how Major League Baseball has tried to take steps to protect pitchers when they are at their most vulnerable.
Big Spender? : 9/4/16
Today, OTL shares an excerpt of an upcoming hour-long hazing special that will air Sept. 13. Also, we share an analysis of small college football program spending.
Kaepernick Meets Boyer: 9/2/16
Today's Outside the Lines covers an array of topics, including Colin Kaepernick's meeting with Army and NFL veteran Nate Boyer.
10 Years Of Goodell: 9/1/16
We look back at Roger Goodell's first decade as NFL Commissioner. Also, an interview with Olympic gold medalist Simone Manuel.
Colin Kaepernick & Patriotism: 8/31/16
Some critics say Colin Kaepernick's protest is insulting to veterans. Last night, one of the leading hashtags on Twitter was #VeteransForKaepernick. Our guests share their opinions.
Taking A Stand : 8/30/16
Outside the Lines talks with former college basketball player Toni Smith-Thompson who turned her back on the flag during the national anthem to protest the Iraq war in 2003.
Voices Being Heard?: 8/29/16
OTL discusses Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit during the National Anthem of the 49ers preseason game against the Packers as well as Dwyane Wade's decision to speak out against gun violence after his cousin is shot in Chicago.
Daily Fantasy Rebrand: 8/28/16
OTL examines the rebrand of daily fantasy sports and looks back at The Undefeated's town hall discussion on athletes, responsibility and violence.
Equal Justice: 8/26/16
Outside the Lines discusses the rights of those accused of sexual assault on a college campus and of a coach who was fired for reporting a sexual assault.
Equal Justice?: 8/25/16
Athletes accused of sexual assault say they're denied due process by Title IX. A new sexual assault case closely mirrors the Stanford rape trial earlier this year. OTL discusses that and more.
Rebrand & Conquer: 8/24/16
OTL explores the rebranding of daily fantasy sports. Plus, Muhammad Ali's wife discusses a volunteering initiative she started in her husband's memory.
Addiction's Power: 8/23/16
Today on Outside the Lines, we'll discuss how addiction holds power over athletes. Guests include Darryl Strawberry and Chris Washburn.
Conduct & Punishment: 8/22/16
OTL examines the NFL's suspension of Giants K Josh Brown after a domestic violence charge that was later dropped. Plus, more on Baylor's expected discipline of WR Ishmael Zamora for abusing his dog.
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